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Before I went to that school I did my own research and contacted grad student on LinkedIn asking their experience. Not even one person told me not to go and try. All of the student found their dream ob and were saying only good thing about the school. This is my second quoter here and I absolutely love it. The atmosphere is very chill, people are very friendly, so many talented and creative friends I made. Teachers are very professional and know what they say and do. They push and motivate you to express yourself and not be afraid to experiment.
A few teachers are great and if you really try you can learn a lot. Some classes offered are also great some are a complete waste of money and time even if they make you take them. Sometimes they make you retake a class you already took because they don't offer enough. The administration, if you could call it that, does not treat students well and if you have any questions they make you feel like a huge burden. They rent the school out in Miami with no care to if you are presenting something or studying your ass off. I would not recommend coming here. I admit i learned a lot but thats only because of the few great teachers they do have.
So there are agency labs and internships. In every single one you will work full-time all day sometimes weekends no matter what the school tells you. Some how they cost the SAME THING. If you intern you don't take classes considering you're working full time which is usually good experience. If you do an agency lab you are also working full time and taking two classes and PAYING FULL TUITION. It makes no sense especially for students who then have no time to work on portfolio but the school gets paid BY BOTH THE AGENCY AND STUDENT. yay for them....